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Founded in 1636 by clergyman Roger Williams, Providence is the capital of Rhode Island and also its largest city. Located on the Providence River, it is about an hour’s drive from Boston and three and a half hours from New York City. The city is easily reachable on Amtrak from anywhere in the Northeast corridor, and TF Green International Airport connects you to many major cities.

Providence is a city known for its creative spirit and manageable size. Having reputedly more restaurants per capita than any other major city in the United States, it has become a culinary enthusiasts’s dream. Many of Providence’s restaurants are founded or staffed by graduates of the world famous College of Culinary Arts at Johnson & Wales University.

Providence is also the home of its unique and popular Waterfire shows, during which a series of 100 small bonfires blaze on piers just above the water of the three rivers that run through Providence, heightened by a soundtrack of eclectic and unusual music. (www.waterfire.org)

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